December 2019

Abstract 22: Framing Of Clinical Information Affects Diagnostic Accuracy

EMA 2019 December32 Chapters

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Important to remember that patients frame things for us, and that can frequently be very helpful. That 65 yo male, if he says "this feels like my COPD" is a very important framing, as opposed to "this feels different than my COPD", which will then lead us to think about a PE in a patient status post surgery.

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